Jerome Bruner.

996 ViewsView All Theories Bruner’s Spiral Curriculum (1960). Cognitive learning theorist, Jerome Bruner based the spiral curriculum on his idea that ” We begin with the hypothesis that any subject can be taught in some intellectually honest form to any Read more…

Bloom’s Domains of Learning.

1,413 ViewsView All Theories In 1956, American educational psychologist, Benjamin Bloom, first proposed three domains of learning; cognitive, affective and psycho-motor . Bloom worked in collaboration with David Krathwohl and Anne Harrow throughout the 1950s-70s on the three domains. The Read more…

Vygotsky’s Theory of Learning.

1,314 ViewsView All Theories Vygotsky takes a different approach to Piaget’s idea that development precedes learning. Instead, he reckons that social learning is an integral part of cognitive development and it is culture, not developmental Stage that underlie cognitive development. Read more…

What is passive learning?

1,635 ViewsPassive learning holds the student responsible for absorbing the presented information on their own terms. The information may be presented in the form of lectures or assigned readings. In any case, the student is accountable for paying attention, asking questions, Read more…

Active Learning

1,748 ViewsActive learning methods ask students to fully participate in their learning by thinking, discussing, investigating, and creating. In active learning classrooms, students may be asked to practice skills, solve problems, struggle with complex questions, propose solutions, and explain ideas Read more…